“A study by the Danish Aging Research Center is projecting that half of the babies born in the U.S. today are likely to live past 100” writes my colleague, Stormy Becker Falso from Georgia.
Think of it – more than half of us living past 100!
Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, spoke last year of respecting older people “as new models for the ‘new normal’.”¹
So perhaps, when thinking about life, it’s time to think “longer” and “better”.
Falso shares how a Georgia woman named Besse Cooper was at one time certified as the world’s oldest person (I think you’ll be surprised to learn how old she was). She also shares some information on how Cooper, before her death in December, did so well and touches on how spirituality can help us with this.
To read Falso’s article, click this link: Value Added Life.